The 2019 Ford Ranger will be recalled back after it was discovered that there might be some design flaws with the heating, ventilating and air conditioning blower motor in the truck that could lead to an electrical short causing overheating, smoking and even fire.
Ford further explains that he HVAC blower motor on the Ford Ranger was built with improper clearance between the electrical terminal and conductive base plate which could be the cause of the short.
They added that six reports of the incidents were made but they are not aware of any customer accidents or injuries. The recall will affect about 1544 units in Canada and 17,965 units in the US. Those affected will be those that were built from the 1st of August until the 27th of September 2019 at their Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, Michigan.
Those that do has the issue will be getting the replacement parts for free.